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Jeremy Corbyn speaks to NME: “The priority is to end university fees”

We talked to the Labour leader about creativity, culture, student debt and Jimi Hendrix at his Arts for All charter launch

“We stand for love and peace and brotherhood” – inside Coldplay’s spectacular sermon on the mount in Jordan

Coldplay's two-date 'World Tour' began in off-the-beaten-track Amman. The Prince of Jordan was there to catch them play their brilliant new album 'Everyday Life' and so was NME's Dan Stubbs

Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar? The two remaining Glastonbury 2020 headliners have never played festival before

"It's their first time at Glastonbury, and we've got one male and one female"

Comin’ outta their cage: The Killers announce new album ‘Imploding The Mirage’ and 2020 UK stadium tour

The Killers have added two extra dates to their 2020 UK and Irish stadium tour. The band will play a second show at London's Emirates...

Beck – ‘Hyperspace’ review: the superstar singer-songwriter enters a daring new era

Beck takes on a new cosmic identity with aplomb, roping in Pharrell to achieve pop minimalism that proves there's no sound he can't excel at

Meet Poundz, drill’s next superstar: “‘Opp Thot’ isn’t a one hit wonder”

Poundz' mind is set on global success and Glastonbury 2020

Why ‘OK boomer’ doesn’t work: spoilt oldies don’t give a fuck about a meme on TikTok

So Fox wants to make an ‘OK boomer’ game show? Isn’t that just ‘Get Your Own Back’ with Dave Benson-Phillips?

“There were times when I didn’t want to be alive any more”: punk heroes Creeper on their turbulent year and “aggressive reinvention”

The Southampton band returned to action earlier this month exactly a year on from their dramatic 'disbanding'
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